Georgia Workers' Comp Advice

Georgia employees who get injured at work are entitled to benefits through workers' compensation, an insurance program that pays for your medical bills and lost wages while you're recovering. The free advice and resources below break down the workers' comp process so you can focus on getting better and getting on with your life.

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Your Georgia Workers' Compensation Guide for 2024

By Victoria Muñoz | Lead Attorney

While the Peach State can be a great place to live and work, what happens if you get injured or sick on the job and then you can’t work while you recover?

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How to File for Workers’ Comp in Georgia in 2024

By Victoria Muñoz | Lead Attorney

Georgia companies are required to carry workers’ comp insurance so that employees who get injured at work can get help paying medical expenses and other bills while they can’t work.

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Georgia Workers' Comp Settlement Charts for 2024

By Victoria Muñoz | Lead Attorney

There’s no single chart that will tell you how much you’ll get in a workers’ comp settlement in Georgia, but you can estimate the amount you’ll get based on benefit pay rates in the state.

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